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  • Do you feel a strong and uncontrollable urge to declutter, even when your living space is already organized and tidy?
  • Does decluttering take up a significant amount of your time and energy, to the extent that it interferes with other important activities or responsibilities?
  • Do you find it difficult to resist the impulse to discard items, even if they hold practical or sentimental value?
  • Have you experienced negative consequences in your relationships, finances, or overall well-being as a result of excessive decluttering?

If you find yourself answering "yes" to several of these questions, it may be a sign that your decluttering habits have become compulsive and are impacting your daily life and emotional well-being.

Compulsive Decluttering Worksheets can help you gain insight into their decluttering behaviors and develop healthy coping strategies.

These worksheets will help you:

  • Identify triggers, emotions, and patterns associated with compulsive decluttering.
  • Explore the underlying motivations driving your excessive decluttering habits
  • Cultivate a more balanced relationship with your living environment.

(+25 Pages of activities and prompts)


  • Self-Assessment
  • How Is Compulsive Decluttering Hurting You?
  • Compulsive Decluttering Triggers
  • Track Urges
  • Challenge Your Thoughts
  • Practice Affirmations
  • Reflect on the Consequences
  • Challenging Perfectionism
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Alternative Coping Strategies
  • Setting Boundaries
  • Behavioral Experiments
  • Practice Self-Compassion

Compulsive decluttering is a behavioral pattern characterized by an excessive and persistent need to continuously remove or discard possessions, often to an extent that significantly impairs one's daily functioning and well-being.

Individuals who experience compulsive decluttering may feel intense anxiety or distress when they perceive their surroundings as cluttered or disorganized. They often engage in relentless efforts to maintain an overly minimalistic environment, frequently discarding items that others might consider useful or valuable.

This behavior can become a compulsive and time-consuming ritual, leading to difficulties in decision-making, strained relationships, financial strain, and emotional distress.

It's important to note that while decluttering and organizing can be positive and therapeutic activities for many people, compulsive decluttering becomes problematic when it significantly disrupts one's quality of life and relationships. 

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Hi there, my name is Hadiah.

I am a counselor and the author behind Ineffable Living blog – a codependency and mental health blog.

I wanted the worksheets to be both informative and engaging, so I worked on creating clear and concise instructions, thought-provoking prompts, and activities that would encourage self-reflection.

As I witnessed the positive impact these worksheets had on my clients' progress, I realized their potential to reach a broader audience.

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